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Western Union Completes Relocation Of Headquarters To Denver

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4) that it has completed the relocation of its global headquarters from Englewood to Denver, Colorado, saying it expects to make a long-term economic investment in the region of more than $300 million over the next 10 years. The Western Union Company announced on Tuesday (Dec. Western Union connects people around the world every day.

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Coronavirus Refunds: Denver Broncos Provide Season Ticket Holders With Reimbursement, Credit Options

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The Denver Broncos are providing credit and reimbursement choices to those who have season tickets, according to an announcement. As the pandemic continues to disrupt everyday life the world over, many consumers are seeking refunds on things they have already paid for but may not be able to use.

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Choice Market bets on automation for stores

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AWM will provide automated checkout technology to the Denver-based convenience retailer as part of plans for adding Mini-Mart c-stores nationwide.

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MidWestOne acquires Denver Bankshares, leadership changes at JPMorgan

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MidWestOne will reinvest proceeds of branch sales into Denver Bankshares; promotions are afoot in JPMorgan's investment banking unit; Bethpage Federal Credit Union expands into Queens and New Jersey; and more in the weekly banking news roundup.

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Uber adds Denver public transit, with payments to come

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Often considered a rival to mass transit, Uber is inching closer to public transportation by embedding Denver's system for routes within its app, with the capability to purchase and use tickets coming soon.

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How Uber’s transit plans are taking shape in Denver

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As fintechs race to reinvent transit payments, Uber's laying the groundwork in Denver to make sure it takes a leading position.

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Heartland Financial strikes deals to unload Montana branches

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In all, the Denver-based bank plans to sell nine branches to two buyers as part of a decision to exit the state and invest more in technology and other markets where "it has the greatest growth potential."

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